The anthology series’ first season, subtitled Candle Cove, terrorizes its adult characters with the very things that scared them as kids.
The hit AMC show ended its sixth season on a cheap cliffhanger. Its seventh-season premiere messily tried to regain momentum.
The sitcom’s season-three premiere, along with NBC’s The Good Place, shows how geography raises questions of belonging.
Tim Burton’s newest film, adapted from a popular young-adult novel, is a pretty but soulless adventure.
A new Disney film starring Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo follows the rise of Phiona Mutesi, a poor girl from Uganda who becomes a chess prodigy.
I’ll admit to being one of those people who—despite a good tolerance for nonlinear stories, plotlessness, unlikable characters…
Here’s a fun movie! And by “fun movie” I mean, “one of the most transformative cinematic experiences I’ve ever had…
I’ll be honest: Mulholland Dr. is my favorite movie ever and has been for years. (My colleagues can attest to…
The USA show does surprisingly well—thanks to a terrific supporting cast and a break from questions about reality and sanity.
The newest film from the animation studio Laika is visually stunning—even if the story it tells is shaky at times.
J.K. Rowling said there’d be no new stories about the boy wizard after the Cursed Child play. Then Pottermore announced three new e-books.
The hit USA drama had a stellar first year, but its second season is riddled with problems the show has proven it can avoid.
Ava DuVernay will direct the film adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s A Wrinkle in Time.
Despite its charms, Netflix’s 1980s throwback series errs in how it treats its most important young character.
A new study found that fans of J.K. Rowling’s novels tended not to be supporters of the Republican presidential candidate.
Netflix’s acclaimed true-crime docuseries is coming out with new episodes.
The Pokemon Go gaming craze is testing cultural venues that have already been grappling with the distracting effects of cell phones.
The Television Academy was kind to Mr. Robot, Game of Thrones, The Americans, and The People v. O.J. Simpson, but less so to Orange Is the New Black.
So-bad-they’re-good cult films The Room, Birdemic, and Samurai Cop all feature the same thing: American small talk written by foreign filmmakers.
Movies made by women tend to make more money than films by men—but Hollywood hasn’t picked up on this yet.